A handy file manager to quickly and easily organize the structure of your personal folders alongside some pretty helpful functions.

  • Commander
  • Version :1.38
  • License :Freeware
  • OS :Windows All
  • Publisher :MeeSoft

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Commander Description

Commander is a compact and intuitive application that, similar to Windows Explorer, provides users with a friendly environment for navigating files and folders on your computer. It targets all types of users, even the ones with less experience in such tools.

The interface of the program is clean and simple to follow. Similar to Total Commander, the main application window is divided into two panes, in order to simplify the navigation experience and simple operations, such as copying or moving files via “drag and drop”.

A few function keys are assigned as shortcuts for renaming, viewing, editing, copying, moving and recycling new files, as well as for creating a new directory.

Furthermore, you can input command lines, change the drive instantly from the File menu, make the app automatically rename files by masks, move files to subfolders, synchronize directories, compare directories or focused files, as well as use a search function.

Additional features of Commander let you count the directory contents size, synchronize browsing, split the file view, swap directories, view file attributes, specify an external file comparison tool, set the thumbnail size, as well as make file associations (e.g. RAR, ZIP, JPG, GIF, ICO, WMF, PCX).

Commander supports keyboard shortcuts, has a good response time to key strokes and mouse events, and uses a very small quantity of CPU and system memory, so it doesn’t burden the computer’s overall performance.

We have not experienced any issues throughout our evaluation, since the app did not hang, crash or pop up error dialogs. Thanks to its intuitive layout and powerful features, Commander should please all users who are looking for a straightforward file manager.

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